Ross River

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The Ross River subcatchment is part of the Townsville Coastal Catchment. The Ross River flows from Lake Ross (Ross River Dam), through Townsville, across the flat coastal plain and into the Coral Sea. The river is the major waterway flowing through Townsville and the city's main source of drinking water.

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Ross River Dam

mouth of the Ross River at Townsville CBD 2010 © NQ Dry Tropics
Mouth of the Ross River at Townsville CBD 2010 © NQ Dry Tropics
Ross River Dam gates 2008 © NQ Dry Tropics
Ross River Dam gates 2008 © NQ Dry Tropics
Ross River directly downstream from the Ross River Dam gates 2008 © NQ Dry Tropics
Ross River directly downstream from the Ross River Dam gates 2008 © NQ Dry Tropics

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